The Cromwell Arms,

Bovey Tracey.


The Cromwell Arms was originally an old Coaching Inn where Oliver Cromwell’s troops camped nearby during the Civil War period. It was later named the Cromwell Arms due to Oliver Cromwell’s presence in Bovey Tracey. Through the years the Cromwell Arms has been expanded and refurbished multiple times and the new owners alongside St Austell Brewery have authorised more work to give life back to the Inn providing a fresh and clean look whilst keeping the original character of the Coaching Inn. 

The Cromwell Arms is in the heart of Bovey Tracey, just a 5-minute minute drive off the A38, right on the edge of Dartmoor, the Gateway to the Moor. Offering easy access to endless countryside and attractions, it is a fantastic place from which to explore the whole region of Dartmoor, from the moors, tors and villages to the beaches and seasides of Devon and the rest of the South West of England. 

Whether you’re popping in for something to eat, a drink on your travels, or staying in one of our 14 rooms, we hope the new look brings a welcoming and warm environment for your visit. 

The Cromwell Arms Beer Garden

Cromwell Restaurant

This is an ideal eating place for hungry walkers, families, friends, dates and special events.

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Main Menu | Gluten Free Menu

En-suite Bedrooms

The Cromwell Arms offers 14 tastefully, newly decorated and comfortable en-suite bedrooms.

Its the perfact location to explore the wonders of Dartmoor.


Country Bar and Garden

We have a lawned beer garden and a cosy country bar, offering a wide selection of drinks.

The perfect stop on the edge of Dartmoor for a refreshing beverage.

More information coming soon